We rounded up the most-loved recipes of 2012, starting with number ten...
At number ten, this Fried Rice with Ham and Asparagus recipe is only $1.79 per serving. Plus, this is a great dish for using
up cold leftover rice.
See recipe: Fried Rice with Ham and Asparagus
All You readers loved decorating these sweet Bunny Face Cupcakes last spring. To make them look even cuter and more polished,
use colorful baking cups. And if you can't find licorice for the whiskers, thin pretzel sticks will do the trick.
Recipe: Bunny Face Cupcakes
At number eight, this budget-friendly Spaghetti with Eggplant, Ricotta and Tomatoes recipe was a go-to meal for busy weeknights.
Since this is a one-dish recipe, it's easy to make and even easier to clean up.
See recipe: Spaghetti with Eggplant, Ricotta and Tomatoes
At only 40¢ a serving, All You readers couldn't get enough of these sweet and creamy Lemon Bars. To experiment with other
citrus flavors, just substitute orange or lime juice for the lemon juice.
See recipe: Lemon Bars
Creamy Greek Feta Dip was an All You reader favorite this year for parties, tailgates and as an easy snack to have on hand.
See the recipe: Creamy Greek Feta Dip
At number five, this classic Chocolate Chip Cookies recipe can be customized to be thin and crispy or soft and chewy.
See recipe: Chocolate Chip Cookies
When it came to slow-cooker meals, Bolognese sauce was an All You reader favorite. If you have leftovers, incorporate the
sauce into a baked ziti or zesty stew.
See recipe: Bolognese Sauce
For a simple, delicious weeknight meal, whip up this Pasta with Chickpeas and Broccoli recipe. It costs less than $1 to prepare
and can be ready in under an hour.
See the recipe: Pasta with Chickpeas and Broccoli
When All You readers needed an easy, delicious appetizer to serve at a party this year, they turned to these bite-sized (and
crowd-pleasing!) Cherry Tomatoes with Broccoli Filling.
See the recipe: Cherry Tomatoes with Broccoli Filling
Is it any wonder that these yummy, inexpenive Peanut Butter Ice Cream Sandwiches were the number one recipe of 2012? The best
part? They're only 64¢ a serving! To dress them up, add chopped peanuts or miniature chocolate chips.
See the recipe: Peanut Butter Ice Cream Sandwiches